“Whether it is advice on the best way to approach appraisals or answers to your own unique issues regarding the appraisal and revalidation process, we provide an ethical and professional service that meets your requirements.”
Fitness 2 Practise is committed to creating customer-focused solutions to guide professional medical practitioners through the appraisal and revalidation process. Our goal is to provide the highest levels of quality and service to our clients at all times. Fitness 2 Practise provides support and guidance through the appraisal and revalidation process by offering appraisal preparation, e-portfolio and revalidation management services, appraisal training and online learning solutions to support medical practitioners, responsible officers and designated bodies.
We are here to help
Everyone needs a little professional help from time-to-time. Fitness 2 Practise exists to support medical practitioners through the appraisal and revalidation process. We have the expertise and knowledge to help keep you on track.
Expertise that makes all the difference
The introduction of revalidation legislation has led to an increased workload for medical practitioners, appraisers, responsible officers and designated bodies. Our research shows many medical practitioners simply lack the time to manage the complexities of the revalidation process without help, while designated bodies and responsible officers can be swamped with unnecessary or unclear information.
Let us do the hard work, but with you in control
Fitness 2 Practice will take the hard work out of your hands, streamlining the entire appraisal and revalidation process making sure all the evidence and documentation needed for your revalidation portfolio is correct and accurate. By doing so, your responsible officer will have all the information required to make a recommendation to the GMC about your Fitness to Practise.
Fitness 2 Practise creates bespoke solutions to ease the revalidation process. We aim to streamline the whole process and provide the highest level of care, quality and service to our clients at all times.— Beverley Boon, CEO.
Fitness to Practise is led by CEO, Beverley Boon. Beverley has extensive experience in healthcare administration and is an expert in managing the revalidation and appraisal process.
Beverley thoroughly understands the GMC and NHS Revalidation procedures and is able to effectively steer doctors through the process from start to completion. She has been involved in revalidation since the legislation was introduced and has, to date, supported more than 200 doctors through the process. She believes the key to success in passing revalidation is the close engagement of doctors with their organisations, responsible officers and administrators and Beverley is proficient at negotiating the complex requirements of each whilst managing the additional workload created by appraisal preparation and revalidation.
Beverley is passionate about providing services that take administrative pressure away from medical professionals, leaving them with the time and energy to focus on doing what they do best, helping patients.
Alison Hasselder Biography.
Alison completed her B.Sc. (Hons) in Nursing in 1989 from Westminster Hospital and South Bank Polytechnic. She then went on to specialise in Nephrology Nursing and ran the ENB Renal Course at Carshalton & Croydon College of Health Studies. She has worked in Education for over twenty years and has specialised in e learning. This is what she now teaches for Fitness2Practice, where she is Head of Learning. She also works part time at the Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences at St. George’s University of London (SGUL) and Kingston University and is an External Examiner for Essex University. She has developed and implemented several courses and these include the Foundation Degrees in Paramedic Sciences and Biomedical Sciences. She also gained validation and was Course Director for the Foundation Degree in Long Term Conditions. This was run at SGUL and was a novel course where Health Care Assistants were trained to be a variety of practitioners and she was Course Leader for adult Nursing at University Campus Suffolk. She has published and presented at numerous conferences. She loves teaching anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology. She holds a M.Sc. in Healthcare and plans to start her PhD in September.